books and existing professional papers. Research projects and completing numerous practical exercises. and identification of handwriting, hand-printed numbers,typewriting, stamp impressions, photocopies, paper, inks and writing instruments, detection of erasures, alterations,
and latent fingerprint development.
United States Army Photography and Projectional School-
1959-1961Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons
(recommended by Col. Michael Whalen - U.S. Army)
Pathology and Neurology technician.
in handwritten identification. I was engaged in a research program which consisted of handwriting studies on patients
This research was to establish the effect of handwriting prior,
Further research was conducted in both the pre and postoperative stages of lobotomy’s, trauma and other neurological physiological effects of handwriting (e.g. shock, fear, mood,
1963-1973Employed as an Investigator/Security with various investigative services.
Continued study in the field of questioned documents.
1975 Licensed as a New York State Private Investigator. Founded, All City Investigations and Forensic Services, Inc.
1977-1981 Associated with Vincent J. Scalice, retired Detective N.Y.P.D. Continued study in questioned document examination, forensic photography and latent fingerprint examination with Vincent Scalice.
1988-1993 Studied under the tutelage of Felix Klein (Manhattan Handwriting
I continue to study and research in the field of questioned documents and handwriting identification and keeping documents and handwriting identification and keeping abreast of periodicals, books and literature published by experts and agency’s authority. I have visited government and private questioned document laboratories to observe
August, 1986International Association For Identification
a) Study of mental aptitude while writing under stress
b) Use of Video Spectral Comparator (Lt. Josey, Escambia
c) Questioned Document Photography (S.A. Sanders, U.S.)
d) Signature Workshop
e) Counterfeit and altered credit card (Darryll Marshall,